Recently I received an email with information from Doug Voegeli, who is Public Health’s Director of Environmental Health : “PHMDC licenses many activities such as short term rentals (Air BnB), tattoo/body piercing and food preparation. This ordinance is intended to give us a tool for enforcement when we see these activities advertised on social media platforms or in the case of Air BnB, right on their website. At this point, I do not foresee that we would issue citations, but use this to educate and promote proper licensing.
After scoring twice, the winger departed the game in the third period after getting hit in the hand with a shot. While coach Sheldon Keefe said there wouldn’t be an update until Monday morning, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman tweeted Sunday that early indications are Simmonds could miss six weeks. That would mean a likely bone break, though the Leafs, who had the day off, will not comment until Monday..
That is it.”That is the way he goes about his business. He doesn really speak that often in the dressing room but when he does people should take notice.”Him and Steven Davis have been there and done it.Read MoreAllan McGregor delivers brutal Rangers verdict as goalkeeper dubs last gasp Hamilton draw I have seen us “Rangers have set the standards and they need to get back to that. There was a few weeks around the Christmas period where they dipped below that, and then they seemed to come out of it again.”Yesterday was a wake up call and they are going to have to up the performances to get his job done.”It not a bad slide to have, being 21 points clear, but they have set the standards.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeBurton, Dorothy Perkins and Wallis in Derby city centre are closing following their sale to Boohoo on Monday.This comes after Topman and Topshop were bought by ASOS last week, with their future in the Derbion thrown into serious doubt given that the new owner does not have any physical stores.The permanent closure of Burton, Dorothy Perkins and Wallis has sparked outrage across social media, as lovers of the brands worry about the threat online stores pose to the high street.”Online shopping has been gradually killing off the high street long before Covid,” says one worried customer.”Lockdown has only accelerated it. Online retailers have a fraction of the costs the high street ones do.”The government especially now should be going after the likes of Amazon who made billions out of the current crisis.”One person said: “Boohoo are scumbags and vultures.”Another added: “Why not just shut all the shops to save doing it 1 by 1? So sad.””Gonna start dropping like flies,” was the grim verdict of one shopper.Another shopper is concerned about the impact to peoples lives these moves are having.They said: “That Debenhams gone, Topshop gone, all going to be online no more high street shops and now Dorothy Perkins that about in total 10,000 jobs gone.”Their sentiment was shared as one person wrote: “Really really gutted not only for customers but for employees more unemployment.”Boohoo have confirmed that roughly 2,450 people will lose their jobs as the 214 stores close.One person was optimistic about the future of high streets. They said: “It not nice for the employees in the short term, but I honestly believe things like this will turn out to be a great opportunity for small retailers in the long run.”Shopping for clothes is a tactile experience that you cannot recreate online, and with fewer and fewer big name chains on the high street, smaller retailers can use this situation to their advantage.”.